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Dragon Aster Trilogy (Dragon Aster Trilogy #1-3)

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When an Awl takes Sybl to the realm of Aster, she will discover a place where fantasy is the reality. A world of dragons and creatures only dreams and nightmares could conjure.

Until now.

A dragon’s faith in a Prophecy that a Fay would return to restore the balance of life and death leads Cirrus to Sybl. They will be pitted against a demon’s vengeful pull towards a war again...more
Paperback, 450 pages
Published August 25th 2012 by Infinity Dreamt
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Sep 03, 2012 Liana marked it as to-read
There were like, 3 giveaways for this that I didn't win. Well. Rotten luck, I guess! Honestly, this book looks really good, and I've been dying to read it. But I don't know where I can get it!

I really enjoyed the Dragon Aster trilogy from S, J. Wist. The author does a great job introducing the reader into the fantastical and complex realm of Aster. Aster is a world that is linked to earth but filled with a wide variety of creatures, some that transform into dragon forms and others that have other forms. This world is in turmoil and there is a prophecy that a Fay would come to save them. I recommend becoming familial with the glossary terms to help you understand this new world but on...more
First I have to say read the dictionary of terms. I won the first book and wanted to like it so much that I went ahead and purchased the sequels. I wanted to like it so much I actually went back and read most of the first book again because I was SO confused. Story line does have its moments and is certainly readable enough with lots of adventure but ths size book normally takes me 3-4 days to read and this one took 2 weeks. Good Try though.
Nov 08, 2012 Shruti marked it as to-read
Glad I was to be one of the winners of the Giveaway. However, I still haven't recieved a copy. Looking forward to enjoy the literary journey besides being the proud owner of the book...
Jul 19, 2012 Kaye marked it as to-read
Soo excited for this book! akladlsnag. It seems so magical and wonderful and yeaa!
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i think this series are just great i love them <3
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looks and sounds awesome...
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S.J. Wist is a fantasy author, reviewer, and an artist on the side. Addicted to books, blogs, chocolate mint ice cream, and all things creative. She lives in Toronto, Canada.

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